It's a long time in coming—Erykah Badu
is finally releasing Amerykah, Part Two (Return of the Ankh)
tomorrow. The album is a followup to the 2008's totally underappreciated
release, New Amerykah, Part One (4th World War). Some of her
best, most unexpected music is on that album. So I'm excited about the
say the least. (more after the jump)
Break ups can be a real bitch, can't they? Wouldn't it be nice if both parties could just go their separate ways, cordially, without rancor, and without, say, the desire to take a Louisville slugger to anyone's headlights, to make harassing phone calls at dinnertime, name-calling, jealousy, screaming, crying on the kitchen floor, all five stages of grief, begging, pity parties, ill-advised sex, or way-too-long Dear John messages left on answering machines?
Well, here's a li'l mixtape to get all of that out of your (or your ex's) system, for any future break ups you might experience. These artists do all the heavy emotional lifting--and tire-slashing--so you don't have to. Once played, this mix will enable the listener to make a crime-free, self-respecting, graceful exit. I guarantee it.